Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin lecturer Mohd Ridhuan Tee Abdullah had took Kinrara DAP to task for mocking the dress code imposed by various federal government agencies.
"These people are uncivilised. No religion allows anyone who wear provocative clothes.
"Perhaps they should enter churches or temples with just their underwear if they don't believe in dressing etiquette," Ridhuan Tee told Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia's website (Ismaweb).
Kinrara state assemblyperson Ng Sze Han had said that his service centre was open to clients wearing anything they like, as long as they are not naked.
On his Facebook page, Ng had also posted an image of the type of clothing permitted at the centre, which includes short skirts and leotards worn by gymnasts.
Ng's stunt was in response to the increasing number of press reports on the enforcement of dress codes at government agencies, hospitals and the Selangor state legislative assembly.
Enforcement efforts includes compelling women to cover themselves with a sarong or a towel before they are served or allowed entry.